By Rob Tetro After losing to Cortland and Cazenovia to begin the season, the Fulton modified football team went 3-1 to close out the seaon. Coach Jeff Waldron said Fulton showed steady improvement throughout the season. After Cazenovia rolled past the Red Raiders, Fulton made a lot of adjustments. Defensive coordinator Joe Meeks installed a(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Heroin accounts for the majority of Oswego County’s drug cases, according to the county district attorney’s office. “It has skyrocketed. It is out of control,” said Jeff Kinney, an investigator for the DA. Kinney retired as a lieutenant from the Fulton City Police Department. “It’s a complete switch from last year,”(…)
The state is providing nearly $700,000 in grants so local law enforcement agencies can either purchase equipment for the first time or upgrade existing systems that allow them to video record interrogations, a practice widely recognized as enhancing the fairness and effectiveness of the criminal justice system. In Oswego County, $11,708 will go to the(…)
We at The Valley News are asking readers to leave comments here on the website on their remembrances of the day 50 years ago when President John F. Kennedy was killed. Tell us where you were, how you heard and what you remember about your reaction, others reactions and what you thought about this moment(…)
Lawyer Lesley C. Germanow has joined the Nelson Law Firm, it was announced by Allison J. Nelson, owner. Germanow will be responsible for representing clients in the areas of municipal law, real estate, business and corporate law, estate, trusts and vehicle and traffic matters. Germanow is admitted to practice law in New York and the(…)
Dustin Geers and Andrew Halsey joined Burritt Motors recently as sales representatives, it was announced by Chris Burritt, owner. “Dustin and Andrew have skills and qualifications that are an excellent match for the positions,” Burritt said. “ We’re delighted to add them to our growing sales team.” Halsey had worked as a technician for a(…)
United Way of Greater Oswego County is offering a limited number of mini-grants to community organizations. The organizations must reflect the United Way’s mission and its five funding categories: emergency services; heal and special needs; supporting families and children; senior services; and youth development. United Way Executive Director Melanie Trexler said the mini-grants are for(…)
A SUNY Oswego alumnus will return to the stage of the Funny Bone Comedy Club at Destiny USA at 4 p.m. Nov. 30. John Wolfson, who has been performing since 2007, will bring The Magical John Show for a family matinee including magic and comedy. the show is appropriate for all ages.